Examine the Structure of the Garment:
For a quality T-shirt we need to use suitable textiles, but knowing how it’s made is equally important. After all, it doesn’t matter how good the materials are, if a building is poorly built, it will still drop. Many different types of knits and stitches will give a shirt its strength and durability.
• Stitches are the muscles of a garment; they are what holds everything together. Since Manufacturer will always pay more attention to the outside of a T-shirt, the easiest way to tell if a garment is well made is to turn it inside out. Is it sewn evenly? Does he lie flat? Any loose threads?
• Also, check how many stitches it has. As a rule, the higher the number, the better. It means more time is spent putting the garment together.
How to check the Quality of a Fabric:
The most straightforward test is merely touching it. A quality T-shirt never feels like plastic or chunky. If the fabric feels soft but also stiff then chances are it is good quality material. However, “softness” can be easily deceived, so you need to pay attention to the following details:
• Check the fabric’s density; Point the garment at a light source and see how transparent it becomes. The higher the transparency, the less dense the material will be. As we mentioned above, you should look for soft yet robust fabrics.
• Crumple some of the garment firmly in your hand and then let go. If there are many wrinkles, then it is probably low quality; if there are no wrinkles, it is perhaps a synthetic material. Ideally, it would help if you were looking for something between these two extremes.
• Also, by measuring the fiber’s length, you can usually determine the quality of the fabric. The longer the fiber, the better the quality is considered. Simply put, the longer fibers make it easier for the material to become a thinner thread. Therefore, it can be made durable and soft by sticking them together. If it does not wrinkle again, it is proof that longer fiber has been used.
How to find out if the printed design will crack or piss:
Regardless of the technique used – customization by screen printing, DTG, or transfer – cracking in printing or transferred materials is the most common type of distortion. However, if transactions are performed correctly, they should not occur. Since new clothes will always look great, you can check if the artwork will crack like this:
• Stretch the part where the print is to know if it is curing correctly. You should see that the ink stretches with the fabric. If it cracks, it was not done correctly and will likely be washed out soon.
• Be sure to look for cracks and peels throughout the design and at the corners. Screen printing amateurs often have trouble adjusting the time, temperature, pressure, or peeling for each technique during the printing process.
How to check sharpness/resolution and general details after printing
In this test set, we investigate how carefully the garment is put together and how well the print is made in sharpness and image resolution.
For Printsome, “details” relate to our company values, as we attach great importance to all aspects involved in t-shirt printing and clothing customization. The prints on garments should be attractive, such as knits, seams, hems, and seams, to provide a perfect result. To make your review of high-quality details, follow these guidelines:
See what’s inside
• Do not get caught up in just the outside appearance of the Garment Manufacturer. Check how it is from the inside out. Having enough stitches isn’t good enough. Straightness and smoothness, and tightness of the seams significantly affect the appearance of the garment.
• Unless it is an element of the design, the seams should also be of the same color. If there is no gap when you pull a stitch, it has passed the shrinkage test. If not, too much sewing tension is applied and now pushes the fabric inward.
• Besides an undesirable appearance, the problem is similar to a tightly held elastic band, indicating that the seams will break more quickly due to stress from daily use.